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Russell & Megan Marshall: Radical obedience to God’s call

In this episode of the God’s Revolution podcast, we’re talking with Russell and Megan Marshall, a young couple who heard God’s call to leave good jobs and a comfortable house in the suburbs to develop redemptive relationships with residents of an ethnically and economically diverse apartment complex in a transitional area of their city.

Russell and Megan walk us through the challenges and blessings they have encountered as they have done what all believers are called to do: Listen to God’s call and follow him in obedience to love our neighbors and make disciples of Jesus wherever we live, work, and play.

Listen to their heart-warming story by clicking here.

Brad Brisco: Misunderstanding church, God, and mission

In this episode, we’re talking with Brad Brisco about a couple of the biggest barriers that keep Western Christians and churches from effectively sharing the good news of God’s kingdom.

Brad, who is a longtime church-planting catalyst, breaks down our misunderstandings of what the Church is — and even of who God is — and explains how we can begin to equip and activate all the people of God to engage in God’s mission right where he has sent us to live, work, and play.

You can listen to Brad’s challenging exposition by clicking here.

More than eternal life after this life

Jesus died for our sins to do more than give us eternal life after this life. Galatians 1:4 says he gave his life for our sins in order to set us free from the evil world we live in, “just as God our Father planned.”

Jesus said he came to proclaim good news to the poor, to proclaim freedom for prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free. (Luke 4:18) This is the one who said, “As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” (John 20:21)

Has Jesus set you free from the evil world we live in? How are you furthering his “set free the oppressed” mission?

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